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Wayne Carroll

Manager for HISTORY

 

Forest Resources Department
261 Lehotsky Hall
Clemson University, Clemson, SC, 29634-0331
(864) 656-4607, wcrrll@clemson.edu.

Education

M.F. Clemson University, 1998 (Forest Ecology, Wildlife Management and Native American Fire Ecosystems)

South Carolina Teachers Certification, 1977 (History)

B.S. Clemson University, 1973 (Natural Resource and Forest Recreation Management)

Experience

1987-present Research Forester, Forest Resources Department, Clemson University. Projects: Prescribed Fire and Fire Ecology, Forest Ecology, Silviculture, Wildlife Ecology, Continuous Forest Inventory, Forest and Native American History, occasional lectures on Southeastern Native American Cultures and their use of fire.

1979-1987 Forest Technician, Forest Resources Department, Clemson University. Projects: Endangered and Threatened Forest Plants, Silviculture, Recreation Management, Prescribed Fire and Fire Ecology, Forest History, Forest Policy, Forest Pathology, and occasional lectures on Southeastern Native American Cultures.

1978 Taught History at High School level.

1978 Forest Worker, Forestry Department, Clemson University. Responsibilities: Forest Management, Timber Stand Improvement and Recreation Management.

1975-1977 Forest Worker, USDA Forest Service. Responsibilities: Wildlife Management, District Historian, Recreation Management, Timber Stand Improvement, Prescribed Fire, Fire Fighting and Western Fire Detail.

Publications

Van Lear, D. H., Kapeluck, P.R., and Carroll, W, D., 2000. Productivity of loblolly pine as affected by decomposing root systems. In: Forest Soils and Ecosystem Sustainability, 2001, Ed. Boyle, James R. and Powers, Robert F., Elsevier Science Journal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 435-443.

Van Lear, D. H., Kapeluck, P. R. and Carroll, W. D. 1997. Productivity and Soil Carbon in Piedmont Pine Forests Following Different Levels of Harvest Intensity. Poster Presentation, Soil Science Society of America meeting.

Dunn, Allen B., Carroll Wayne D., 1988, Floristic Assessment of Campsites in the Piedmont Region of South Carolina. Forest Research Series, No. 45, Forest Resources Department, Clemson University.

Dunn, Allen B., Carroll Wayne D., 1985, Floristic Assessment of Campsites in the Blue Ridge Region of South Carolina. Forest Research Series, No. 40, Forest Resources Department, Clemson University.

Current Projects

History of the Jocassee Gorges, Van Lear, D. H. and Carroll, Wayne D. 2001, (in preparation).

White-tailed Deer Herbivory Effects on Forest Regeneration, Biodiversity, and Ecosystem Function-Baseline Vegetation Assessment in West Virginia, David C. Guynn, Jr., James R. Davis and Wayne D. Carroll, (Research in process).

Changes to Soils and the Forest Floor as a Consequence of Fuel Reduction Treatments in Appalachian Forest Ecosystems-Phase I, D. H. Van Lear.

Fire Effects in Table Mountain/Pitch Pine Stands on Vegetation and Wildlife Habitat, D. H. Van Lear.

Carbon Sequestration and Nutrient Conservation of 16-Year Old Naturally Regenerated Loblolly Pine. D. H. Van Lear.

Selected technical contributions to publications and papers (total > 15)

Dunn, B. A., Jones, Steven M. 1979. Geographical Distribution of Shortia galacifolia in Oconee and Pickens County, South Carolina. J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 95:32-41.

Dunn, Allen B., Lockaby, Graeme and Johnson, Everett E. 1980. Camping and its Relationship to Forest Soil and Vegetation Properties in South Carolina. Department of Forestry, Forest Research Series No. 34, Clemson University.

Dunn, Allen B, Jones, Steven M. 1981. Vascular Plant Species of Limited Distribution and Abundance in South Carolina. Department of Forestry, Technical paper No. 13, Clemson University.

Jones Steven M. and Dunn, B. Allen. 1983. Endangered and Threatened Forest Plants of South Carolina. Department of Forestry, Forestry Bulletin No. 37, Clemson University.

Dunn, B. Allen. 1984. Recreation Effects on Forest Soil and Vegetation: Research Synopsis and Selected Bibliography. Department of Forestry, Technical Paper No.16, Clemson University.

Haehnle, Garry G.and Jones, Steven M. 1985. Geographical Distribution of Quercus oglethorpensis. Castanea 50(1):26-31.

Van Lear, D. H., Taylor, G.B., and Hansen, W. F. 1995. Sedimentation in the Chattooga River Watershed. Department of Forest Resources Technical Paper No.19, Clemson University.

 

 

 
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